Kailyn Lowry’s second baby daddy Javi Marroquin has treated her son Isaac like his own even after the divorce, but he won’t do the same for Lowry's unborn child. In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, the Teen Mom 2 dad revealed he isn’t going to be a father figure for Lowry’s third child.
The exes have posted videos on Snapchat of Marroquin teaching Isaac, 7, how to ride a bike almost every day.
Although Marroquin admits their co-parenting relationship for son Lincoln, 3, is going “amazing,” he won’t have a relationship with her third child.
“No I won't have a relationship with the new baby,” Marroquin, 24, exclusively told RadarOnline.com.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, they divorced because Lowry didn’t want to have another child. Only months after their divorce was finalized, RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed she was pregnant with her third child.
The pregnancy came as a betrayal for Marroquin, as tension between the couple exploded when Lowry filed for a protection from abuse order against him when he allegedly showed up to her home aggressively.
“I signed a consent PFA, which means there’s no evidence of abuse,” Marroquin told RadarOnline.com at the time. “I just can’t contact her unless it’s in regards to Lincoln for a year.”
Although Lowry and Marroquin have overcome their differences, the same can’t be said for her third baby daddy.
“I think I’m most worried about the changes ahead, but also that I will have this baby 24/7 by myself with no help,” the MTV star wrote on her personal blog. “I’m going to be a single parent from the beginning!”
The MTV star recently confirmed to fans that her baby daddy #3 is her longtime friend, Chris Lopez.
Not only has Lowry nicknamed her bump “Baby Lo,” but she also said in an Instagram live video, “Chris would say, ‘I’m Holden the baby’” when a fan suggested the name Holden.
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